I wouldn’t expect to see this in the news, young, half foreign political couple end up at the altar.
There are far too many whispers that one or both will be dead in the not too distant future.
From an accident of course.
Former member of the foreign policy advisory panel to Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Fiancee: Simona Mangiante
George Papadopoulos’ fiancée opens up about her interview with Mueller, that mysterious London professor, and her wedding plans
Simona Mangiante says her fiancé, George Papadopoulos, is staying positive.
“George is very calm,” the 29-year-old Italian lawyer said in an interview with Business Insider this week. “There are moments, of course, when we get down. There are a lot of restrictions.”
Papadopoulos, a young energy consultant whose work for the Trump campaign has landed him squarely in the crosshairs of the FBI’s investigation into Russia’s election interference, has been on house arrest since last July at the home he owns with his mother and younger brother in Chicago.
Mangiante and Papadopoulos first met in person in New York in April 2017, she said, about seven months after they first started chatting on LinkedIn. They traveled to Europe that summer for a whirlwind vacation and parted ways in late July, with Mangiante staying in Italy and Papadopoulos heading back to the US.
“We had traveled to Mykonos, to Athens, and to Capri,” Mangiante said. “He had finished his work for the campaign and I had left my job at the European Parliament. We spent every second together.”
Papadopoulos texted Mangiante when he landed at Dulles airport in Washington, DC on July 27 — minutes before he was arrested by the FBI. By the time he emerged from his Alexandria jail cell on July 28, Papadopoulos had become a cooperating witness in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.
Mangiante said she did not hear from him again until five days later, on August 1.
“It was traumatic, and completely unexpected,” Mangiante said. Papadopoulos’s cousin wrote to her on Facebook in the interim, explaining that he had been arrested.
“I didn’t know what was going on,” Mangiante said. “So I went to the US, and everything changed completely.” – Source